Enhancing the competence of enterprise network using contemporary networking paradigms

  • Aditya Ahuja Jaypee University of Information Technology
  • Kamal Dewan Jaypee University of Information Technology
  • Nikita Gupta Jaypee University of Information Technology
  • Meenakshi Sood Jaypee University of Information Technology
Keywords: Frame Relay, Port Security, ACL (Access Control List), Ether Channels, VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol), VPN (Virtual Private Network)

Abstract

Networking has traversed from days where networks were considered a background component of businesses to today’s electronic age, where networks are an imperative resource, and directly determine revenue generation for an organization. In today’s dynamic arena of networking, the crafting of networks has escalated from using just an elemental set of features, to consolidating modernistic technologies and services, in an effort to come up with state of the art networks which can meet the aim of connectivity, security, scalability, simplicity of operation, and flexible accommodation of new trends and technologies. The roots of this paper lie in the Enterprise network, and while adhering to the need of the hour in corporate sector, we propose architecture for Enterprise network, using avant-garde technologies such as Frame Relay, Port Security, Access Control Lists (Firewalling), VoIP, VPN, Ether Channel, Redistribution of Routing Protocols and ISP Redundancy. The network architecture has been designed on Cisco’s network simulation software: Cisco Packet Tracer.  The principle behind the proposed network architecture can be applied in designing the networks of a host of other campuses. 

Author Biography

Meenakshi Sood, Jaypee University of Information Technology
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, Jaypee University of Information Technology

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Published
2014-11-03